Bronwyn Jest

B Phty Post Grad Cert Phty (Pelvic Floor Phty) APAM MCSP

Bronwyn is a Physiotherapist with Post Graduate qualifications and advanced training in Continence and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation.

Her clinical focus is:

  • To promote pelvic health for women and men.
  • To provide evidence based education, assessment and treatment for people living with incontinence or other pelvic floor dysfunction.

Bronwyn provides management for all areas of pelvic health in a private and caring setting. Her practice is based in Chermside in north Brisbane.

Her pelvic floor rehabilitation programmes are structured to meet each person’s needs. Management involves personalised advice and instruction based on individual assessment findings.


  • Bladder issues: stress and urgency incontinence

  • Pelvic organ prolapse

  • Bowel issues: constipation, urgency and incontinence

  • Sexual Dysfunction and Pelvic Pain

  • Guidance for pelvic floor safe exercising

  • Problems during pregnancy and after childbirth

  • Before and rehabilitation after gynaecological and other pelvic surgery including for the bowel

    • Already had surgery and want to prevent any future problems
    • Planning surgery and want to prepare for it
  • Before and rehabilitation after prostate surgery

    • Pelvic floor muscle exercises before and after surgery

What is involved in Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation?

Treatment includes a thorough assessment and education about the specific condition relevant to the individual.  Management strategies involve a personalised programme based on the assessment findings.  Each person’s progress is regularly monitored and their pelvic floor rehabilitation programme adjusted as needed.

Bladder and Bowel health problems are common and can be managed

Most people never give a second thought to their bladder and bowel function. But for the more that 4.8 million Australians who suffer with incontinence, bladder and bowel function impacts greatly on their quality of life. These problems won’t improve on their own. They can be treated, managed and in most cases resolved. Incontinence is not a condition to be embarrassed about: it is a very common problem. But it is not something you have to ‘just put up with’! Often specific pelvic health physiotherapy is all that is needed to manage and resolve continence and pelvic floor concerns.

Bronwyn Jest is a Member of the following Associations


Bronwyn is available to speak about pelvic health at seminars and community group talks.

If you would like more information please contact Bronwyn.